He Did It His Way: All the (Many) Women in Frank Sinatra’s Life

We can say a lot of thing about Ole’ Blue Eyes, like how he’s the original “swinger,” the world’s greatest crooner, an Oscar-winning actor, a drinker, a manic/depressive, an insomniac, and the leader of the Rat Pack. Oh, and let’s not forget: a ladies’ man. Frank Sinatra certainly loved women, and they certainly loved him. And what wasn’t to love? He was good-looking, charming, talented, and had the voice of a god.

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According to Sinatra’s friend Joey D’Orazio, the crooner once confided to him: “I just want to make it with as many women as I can.” One of his go-to phrases, when he hung out with his pals in the lounge of the Sands hotel in Las Vegas, was, “We’re all men sitting there. Where are the broads?” Well, that sums it up! And let us sum it up even further while providing the full list of Sinatra’s ladies…